I have lived next to College/University campus for much of my life. And this in 3 distinct regions of the country. I'm a bit of a history buff, so I walk around taking notice of names on buildings and in the literature of administrations and structures of the schools. I've see the names of people who have payed for buildings and chairs. I have always considered it gauche. I've see the names of people who have had buildings and chairs named after them by family members. I have always considered that a bit gauche too. I've see the names of people who have had buildings and chairs named after them by others who considered them worthy of being memorialized and honored. That has always piqued my interest. "Who is that man or woman?" I would ask myself. And from there I would learn a little bit about the person, about the people who put it together, and of the interests and contributions the named contributed to society or humanity. I highly doubt DJT would ever deserve or be seriously considered for anything considered truly honorable and worthy of respect like what i speak of.